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SUNDAY, HOVEMUEKfl, 187-L
UMcUl Vmpr of cllr Connly
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ricniis orTUit daily hullktih.
Una mk. bv carrier 9
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t)o month, by mail 1 00
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Invariably in advance
M4tnt natter on ttvery p.
A irmiT of dtproiilon bit itolon over
the Keoubilcan press. For It. tbo moUn-
cbolr days havo come, tb saddest In ten
1 Or. Bikk, ot MtstichuseAlB. and M
! 0. Kr, ol IniWn. t tnnonol
, probable candidates for the speakership of
tbe next Home.
Jowihobo had jjransl Jollification over
ff, In tpaecn were gooa ana mo poo.
pl elated wllbjojr.
An Indian "working 'inin and ono
wbo helpi to lay the 'wlrei," nominates
Dan. Voorhes,ior United States Senator
M ''tbe only man who truly reprotent
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me democracy oi me iioosier suaie.
Tuk editor la chief of the ltepuuiican,
Uranl'i new New York paper, recently
aid that when tho proper timo camo, the
paper would earneitly aupport Grant for
a third term. Hut that wai before the
Tni newly elected Qeneral Anombly
ot tbe itate of Illinois will consist,
In the Senate, of 25 Republicans, 33
Democrats and 3 Independents. In tho
House, of 67 Republican. 01 Democrats
and 22 Independents.
Wito ii loft to mourn for Uutlor I Xot
one. Ills defeat is bailed by Democrats
with patriotic joy and accopted by Re
publicans with surprising equanimity,
As for him, be can now reflect that Re
publics and Republicans aro allko ungratO'
ful. Poor Ren.
Tub official vote of Randolph county
shows tbe strength of the sovoral candi
dates to bo as follows : Carroll, Demo
crat, for HUto Troasuror, rocelved -001
votes ; Rldgwav, Republican, 1388 ; Kt
ter, Democrat, ior Superintendent of Tub
HoTnslructlon, '2037 ; Powell, Republican,
1414; Uartr.ell, Democrat, for Congress,
2210; Clements, Republicau, 1201.
Tin finances of tbo country, says tbo
.Financial JtocorJ, aro to a favoralilo con
dition. The receipts of intornal rovonuo
during tbe mjntb of October up to, and In
cluding tbe SClh Inst., oxcoedod seven and
three quarters millions of dollars, which
was $000,000 more than for tho wbolo of
the corresponding month last year. Tbo
probability Is tbat tbe total receipts for
tbe month will roach $9,000,000, a figure
which was exceeded in only throe of tho
months of tbe last fiscal year. Tho re
ceipts for tbe first four months will bo not
far from $36,000,000, which will bo a gain
of tbrae and a half million on tbe corres
ponding period of last year. Tbe customs
receipts, on tbe other band, haye lately
fallen off somewhat, but as tbe total Im
ports are scarcely loss than last yoar, the
loss can bo but small ana mp.Try.
Turn Pulasici Patriot has chanced hands.
Mr. Corson the former editor and proprie
tor, has retired and Mr. A. Aciccrman has
assumed editorial control of tbe paper.
In bis salutatory rotnarks, Mr. Ackorman
says he has entered I'ulaikl county to
slay, and hopes "to end hit days pleas
antly, quietly and profitably among God's
cbosen people In Egypt. ' This is good.
"We commend Mr, Ackerman's choice of
Ugypl as a residence. It shows tbat be
knows a good thing when he sees It. Hut
we can't say amen to his impllod prophe
sy tbat Mound City has a day of great
uou before her whon Cairo shall bo wash
ed into tbe sea. This Ji a mistake.
Cairo will never be washed into tbe scai
and Mound City's greatness will
come wben she is a suburb of Cairo built
up with handsome residences, the homes
of Onro's rich and thriving business mon.
In tbat day Cairo will be a mats of busi
ness bousoi, a solid pile ot magnificent ar
chitecture, and tbere will bo no rcom
within br present limits for her mcr
chants, and her mechanics, and her labor
eri, of all sorts, to build their dwelling
homes. Then we will utilize Mound City
and make use of her now waste places as
building lots for the bomos of our people.
By that time tbe Ul'lletin will be a
great metropolitan journal, and tbo Pat
riot will have long been a thing of tbe
The circuit court of Saline county
will be In itiuon next week.
Tbo Kldorado Mill, In Saline county
was destroyed by fire Utt week, The Ion
is f 8,000, no Insurance.
John I'ankey, says th Harrltburg
Chronicle, living near this place, lost ten
bead of fat bogs in one nlgbt, last week.
They would have averaged over 200
pounds net. Tbe day before he bad poured
Un buckets of beef brino In a hole in their
peB,iand although be don't think so, It Is
beUfrredby others that it caused their
dftfttk. There were thirteen in the pen,
three smell ones, and they were fought
off from the brine, and'not getting any did
not die, which we should think pretty
good proof tbat tbe brine caused the doatb
of tho ten large one. As tbore aro con
no hog! to bo bought tu bo fattened, At r.
l'ankey will liavo to buy bis meat after
it Is fatted by lonio of bis neighbor,
The Carml Oourler Is rcipnmlblo for
fie following story!
During tbo oluclloti oxcltoment at I'.n
field Tuoulay lust k cltlr.sn of tbat placo
felt the boed of sotnn forty-rod, tanglo
foot, Jim jam or such stuff, and for tho
purpoio ot satisfy inp; tbo cravings of a do
pravnd taste, procured n proscription from
an m, i ) , which valued document no
placed In bin poekot with nls lUform
ticket and proudly moandored towards tho
poii. mawing what ho supposed to be bis
prepared tu .ot trom tbo dark recesses
of tbe receptacle in which It bail been
carelessly placed, bo voted and straight
way tougui mo dliparsary oi uouuio-
uismioa damnation. Arriving mere no
proudly tbruit out bis remaining paper
and roraariteii, i culturally), "uoros an or
der for n pint. ' Tbo order was filled by
tbe ovor-cootiJIng apothecary without ex
amination, and tho funniest part of this
story yet remained to be shown tin. AVhon
tbe votes being counted an "order lor a
plot" was found In tho ballot box, num
bered according to law, and upon exam
ination of tbo orders at tho drug storo tho
Anderson ticket was stowed away. Tbo
gentleman lost his vote, and it Is now said
tbat tbo young bloods ot tbat temporanco
inwil are eauny iiuimu 111, aimuivuu
tlckots, for they will bo good for a pint of
goDd wuitky wnen an otber devices tan.
Mrs ,1. U. Taylor, of lien ton, Vtank-
lln county, was killed a row days ao
While riding In a bllgpj-, bj tho falling of
a tree. fjbo was (truck on tbo forehead
f and illod Inilsnllj. liar Ullla "ho
' w with her In (ho voblolo, cicnped tin
injure! Tho Onrmi Courior inys that Mr.
Wm. Shipley, wbllo going to Carmt Tuos.
day, lost a coat from bis wagon. In tho
pocket of tho coat was $38 In money and
1500 in notes.
Tbo Chronicle claims that Harrii.
burg Is Improving raoro rapidly than
any town In Southorn Illinois.
Tbo same paper says: This seems to
be a bad time for tho flouring mills. Ue
sldo tho mill burned at Kldorado last
wook, a mill in Sbawnoetown, bolonglng
to a Mr. Hunter was burned lots about
15,000 and ono at Metropolis, Massac
county, with nbout tbo samo lots.
TUB GRANT Ol' UaLKNA.
Ontcna Letter In the Cincinnati gfttuul.iv
An nccurate account of the incidents
cotnucted with 1 ruMdont O rant's sojourn
in Ualena, 1 beliove. has never been tur.
nittiud tho press, and tbinkinc that a brlel
lutlor In rolerenco thereto would not prove
uoiuioroiung iu uio many readers or tbo
Saturday Nigbt, I respectfully submit tbe
following, claiming for ll tho merit, if It
posseses nono otber, or plain, unadulturat
Ulvsies S. Chant came to this cilv from
St. Louis in bontembor, 1800. and Imme
diately entorod tbo sorvice ol J. R. Urant,
nis umor, learner dealer, wboso business
at that timo wm in charge of Urvillo
Grant, tho Genoral's brother and junior
by ten years. Jlis salary was fixed at 510
pur month, and was not Incroaiei co long
as he remained In tbo employ of bis
father, and during his stay in Ualo
na he did not acquire, elthor by pur
chase or otherwise, n single dollar s worth
ot interest in the oslabllsbmebt. Wbllo
thus employed, Urant was principally on
gaged in buying bides on tbo stroot, and,
wnen nocesiary, acting as dork ; but la
tin? latter capacity bo la acknowledged to
tmvo been a sad lailure. Ills droia con
sisted of a gray military suit and sloutcbcd
hat, which wore the only distinguishable
featuros iu bis mako-up. In appearance
ho was no moro than a man in tbo ordin
ary walks of lifo, and in his doportment
quiot and unobtrusive, mingled but little
in society, and potioiied but lew irlonds
and acquaintances. Among tho number
were Captain Dick Morebouio. now dead:
Jaok Booth, formerly station agont of tho
Illinois uunirai ruiiroau at this city;
John A. Rawlins, at tbat time n ritlug
young lawyer of Gnlona ; J. O. Calder
wood, keeper cf a livory stablo; J. K.
Smith, then a jeweler, and one
or two others wbose names 1 can-
ot now call. With tbuso congenial
associations Grant would pass bis even
ings after business hours, in room 198, Do
Sola liouie, playing cards or indulging in
social conversation. Tbe impression pre
vails among many tbat Grant, while a
''Ment of this city, and during bis mili
tary serviv.., indulged In tho use of Intox
icating liquors, iuis i am prepared to
deny, and can substantiate tbo assertion by
l u evidence oi uiuu nil irlonds
and enemies wbo knew blm
while hero, as well m that
of bis only survivng stall' officer, accural
V. R. Rowley, of Ualona, a man whote
in teirrlty cannot bo questioned. Tbo slor v.
therefore, of his dubauchorlos during those
periods possesses no foundation In truth,
and is a direct libel upon a man whom
fain bad destined to bu great, and whom
star or glory mtiory shall etnbler.on
among the roiiuwuud deeds uf men with
'l'be tucccis which bas marked the ca
reer of tbe preildeul since bu took com
mand of tbo twenty-first regluiunt uf Illi
nois volunterr, as colonel, U regarded by
many as extraordinary and unsccouiitablo.
from tbe fact that wbllo a resident of this
city he seumed tu be utterly wanting In
thoso characteristics which develop into
greatness, Un the othor band, there are
a tew wbo aro not tbe least surprised
at the events which have marked liU lat
ter history, claiming mem as the fulfill
ment of prophesies indulged In at tho out
set, Among tbo latter number is the
Hon. K. U. Waibburn, present Minister
to France, and General John K, Smith,
now In command of Fort faratnle, who,
ii is asierieu, urged me appointment of
nis irienu to the colonelcy ol tbo Twenty
first regiment at the bands of Governor
The formor class insist that Grant owes
his many victories wbllo commanding
the army ol the West, and bis suise
queut success on tbo Potomac to the cool,
intrepid and sagacious Rawlins, whose
plans and suggestions wero followed to tbe
letter by uli superior.
Grant's Galena homo was an humble
one, consisting of a plain two-story brick
nouse, men as now, owned by u nmo
burnnr named Robinson, to whom a
monthly rental of 10 was paid. The fur
niture embraced a limited numbor of plain
ieces, logeinor wim a lew roues irom
their St. iouls home. Mrs. Grant, com
ing as she did from the wealthy and Aris
tocratic Dent family, fell bor bumbled
circumstances keenly, and sought and
cared for but little seemly, The few au
qualotances sho possessed wero far below
the "uppor-tendum," and did not embrace
me certain onus wbo havo toadied to ber
since Grant came into prominence.
The president, during bis sojourn in
this city, was, as 1 bavo statud, but little
known, except by bis club of associates,
who entertained feellne of respect and
friendship for tin capialn," at be was
familiarly called by thcrn. AVhlle inter
viewing one of his former companions
last evening, I was informed that Grant
was regarded as the best euchre nlavar In
the city, aud that he "played every one of
bis cards for what it was worth." That
"be said but Utile, and that to the point. '
Upon one occasion, whlleouiployed in tbe
storo of his father, he was visited by a
Mexican soldier, aud disregarding the du
ties tbat woro required of blm, ha sat
down and for hours familiarly talked over
tbo scenes and incidents cf tbo battles of
Palo Alto, Vera Cruz, Alenterey and
Reacca with bis old companion in arms.
The first timo Grant was publicly ree
ognlwd In this city wss at a war meeting,
held at tho Court llotiso, over which he
was called to presldo on motion ot the
Hon, K- 1!. Washburno. Sumter bad
not yet been fired upon, and n few of the
inoro prominent Democrats (among the
number, ono Brand, tbeti Mayor uf Ga
lena) sought to pass pacific resolutions
looking tu peace ; while, on tbu other
band thorn woro tboio present whose
heart wore burning with patriotio fire,
and wboso llvos would fruelv be ofiered as
a sacrifico upon tho altar ot their countrv
should necessity domand it. Rawlins.
whoso Ideas relatlvo to tbo Justico of tbe
Confederate causo were not known, being
preient, was loudly called fur. Ill re
fusal to respond was txultlngly regarded
by somo as an admission of his sympathy
with tbo South.
His moro intimate friends, however,
were inspired with bopo, and Justly attri
buted bis reticence to tbo fact tbat his
wilo was at tbat timo lying dangerously
111 at ber home. Tho exigencies of tbo
time, however, demanded a few olectrm
words from him, as tho scalo soeraed tu be
descending In favor ol those clamoring
for peace. At last tho young Democrat
succumbed to the earnest invitation of his
warmest friend, .1. O. Spare, wbo had
left thoitace nnd eldnwod his war through
tho crowd to where ltawllns was silently
regarding tbo scone as a spectator. To
gether they pressed their way for
ward, and amidst tbundora of ap
plause, the horo mounted tho
rostrum, and. nlaclni- him. .if in
an attitude of roveronco, pointed to the J
Dag of his country, which hung abovo his !
noau, ano, in language which has aever
boen equaled, and with eloquence sublime,
i" umisBii upon mo side or tho Union,
onu expressoa nis determination to die, if
noods be, in its dufonse.
This speech, which elicited cheer aftor
cheer for the old flag, oloctrlfled Grant,
men a uucnanan JJemocrat, and inspired
wumn nis oosom an admiration for Raw
lins, which won for blm his subsequent
appointmont as chief of the general's staff
u nixreiary oi wnr.
l T1IK PRESIDENT 01-' TH K
Wfl I1KU STATUS OF AMKRIOA
Vi'o aro reminded bv the cbam-ini m
sons tbat it is timo tu pauso in uur dallv
vocation, and olior thanks to Almighty
God for tbe morcies and abundance ot tbu
year, which ts drawing to a close.
Tim blessings of free govornmuiit con
tlfllln 111 till v.tuMia-r...1 I ... . ,. -1.
has responded tu tho labor of tbu husband
man ; tbo land lias boen free irom pesti
lence ; Internal order is being maintained,
and peoco with other powers has prevailed.
It Is Qttlnu that at staled
should ceaso Irom our accustomed , pur
suits and from tho turmoil of our 'daily
lives, and unito iu thankfulness for thn
blessings of tbo past, nnd In tho cultiva
tion oi Kinuiy leelings toward each otberi
Now, therefore, recognizing these consid
erations, I Ulyssos S. Grant, prosldent of
mo uQiicu oiaier, do recommend to ail
citizens to atsemble In their respectivo
placoa of worship on Thursday, tho 2(itb
day of Novetubor next, and express their
thanks for tho mercy and favor of tbe Al
mighty God, and laying asido all political
contentions, and (ocular occupations, to
uuaurru outu a uajr MS day OI jiraUe.
in witness wnereol, i bavo here
with set my hand and caused tbe
seal of the Unllod States to be
nflixed ; dono at city of WfShlni'.
ton ibis, tho twonty-sevonth day of
October, in the year 1874, and of
tho Indepondeuco of tbo United
State tbo ninoty-ninlh.
U.S. U KANT.
Hamilton t'mi, Secretary of "War.
C. N. TTuGHES,
General Insurance Agent,
Ohio loveo, over Mallum & IJIiI'h.
ftsjrA'oiir but firtt-rhm (Jumpmiln
Vuloan Iuon Work
JOHN T. 11ENNIE,
FOBOKS AND l'll'K FlTTINO,
Msnuiacturcd and repaired.
Hpeclal attention given to light and heav)
.'ork-lne, house, bridge, railroad and lull work
ind all work of a hlmlhr character.
Steam and i;as Uttlnif In all lu branches.
A full assortment ol Morris, Tasker & Co'i
I'hlladeliibla pipe and fittings. llrais(,'oodt
jiu. huh kb uxiurvi uiwHva un uanu.
l'll'ING OF UOUSE FOR GAM
MAUIS X BTECIALTY.
A?ent for Cameron special meam pumr
ind boiler feeder. Tbo best manufactured,
ou'Hpaicni uypuon pumps, and Judnou'i
patent covrrnor and Kovernor valvo,
The following engine, etc.. for sale :
Two steamboat engines, 1B4 inch bore ol
cylinder; five feet stroke, andlngoodordei.
une sieaniooui suau unci crans;; wrot iron
fin. .milnn fnf tiiluln.. Tl Vln
One 10X20 saw mill engine, with tlbuft and
crank for muly or gang saw, second band.
Ono new engine; wy own manufao-
Also, a sea)nd-band stave cutting ma
chine and Jointer, and warehouse bolstlmt
jiaahlno, In good order.
KuglnsH and machinery of all kinds bought
Cairo Jiox and Baskot Co.
OF Al.t. KINDS, IIAIlI) AND 60 T
Keep constantly on hand
Mill nn.l Y
Conner 34th tStreet
ami Oliio Jvovco.
Newiipsprr ndvertUliij jiromsies trade, ror
evrnthf ilulleH times dwiH'" seem"
by Hir the largest share of what Is being
Ncwxpaper advertising Is a permanent addi
tion to the reputation of the goods adver
lived, becauso It U a poimincntinflttrcnrn
always at work In the Ir Interest.
i i i . 'f,
Jewspaper advertising U now recognized,
by binlneiH men having faith In their own
wares, as the most efl'ectlve men for se
curing for their goods a wide ret'ojrnltlou
of their merltH.
-Newspaper aitvertinngn iue most energetic
and vigilant of salesmen; addrcsilnstbou
Kinds each day, always in tbo advertiser's
interest, and ceaselessly at work necking
customers Irom all classes.
Newspaper aiiveitislng luipelt Inquny, and
wnen uie article oflered Is of guod rjua.lty,
and at a fair prce, the natural result Ii In
And Dealer In
liitne, Ceuietit, Plaster, Hair, fie.
i3TI will ell In car load loin at mablllai.
turt-r prlcfn, adding freight.
.. D, .Muthtin r.. V, Uli
MATHUSS & UHL.
Forwarding V (leiifra.
l-l,OUIt, (SUA IN, HAY AND
Onto Ijkvkk, Oaiuo, Ills.
(JOPFliY, HAHKISON A CO..
(ilcveskors to D. Hunt .1 Hon.)
ri.SSIIM.MUAIN ANII HAT.
No 03 Ohio Leveo, CAIRO, ll.I.S
iij i i I...
WSod Kittenhouse & Brothor
(3f.xf.iia! Commission MF.nctiAivT,
133 Ohio Lovec, Cairo.
II. A, Thorns i. U. Thouu
TIIOM3 k BROTHER,
Succetosrs to II. M.llulen,
'JOM MISSION MERCHANTS, IIROK Kit
AND UISAUR8 VI
kt,i anl Pnney (Irooerlee,
foreign and Domestic
Fifixriura aitd isrxrors
134 Commercial Avenue,
OAIKO, - II.LINOIH.
NKW SfORK bTOilK,
WUOLE8ALE AND RETAIL.
IAUUMST VABIMT V STOCK IB TUB (ITT
Iiirnvr of SStsioSmulU aSrcaSitnil Hum
0. O. 1'ATIKU
MILLER & PARKER,
KI.OUK, CORN, OATS, liAV.&e;
Agents for Fairbauk Scalen.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(SiitTeMnr to.tohn II. l'bllh,)
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS,
MEAL, URAN, Ac.
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powder Company.
:)lt. TKNTJI ST. OIIIOl.KVKK
. ntruttoii. -p. uifd
STRATTON & BIRD
Agents American Powder Company
e? ojso zjcyjtjr. CAjiio.
E. ., ATKltfl
AYER3 & CO.,
F L O TJ- R
QENEIi iL COMMISSION MEHOHANTS
No. 7fl Ohio fivK,(Uiiio. Ilij.
LIOUOK D E AL Ell
No. 00 Ohio Loveo,
M. K. KUENE,
COh. lllTH AND WALNUT 8 1'HKET
J'.o. iiox cm. :-if-io-ifl.(ii
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
No. 70 Ohio Lerce, CAIItO, ILLS
ISrSpeclal attention Riven to oontjirn.
rneuts ana dlllnjx orders, ii.' tl
WILLIAM FL SMITH, M,D,
0, 21, Thlrleellth Hrect,
etween Wellington avenue nud AValnut
Mrect. Ofttco l'.'OCoruiiirnliil avrnue. tin
I Mil I",
Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
Toilett Articles, Druggists laiipy uoouh, Lollier Wlntc
Lend nnd Other Grades, Paints, 'Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, True Colors, Dv
Stuffs, Etc., Etc., Etc.
We Sollilt correspondence and orders Irom DruuitRii. l'liv-lolsns tnl (Iriieral hlnre
In want of (loodslnour Lino. Steamboat, riont itlmi amt Kainlly .Medicine enro lim.
hhml or llcllllfd with itellablo Dni,'S at )ttaonaMc ltatcs-
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
74 Olilo I.evir.
lie urent (ll'i-otery of
age. '1'bero Is no pain "lncli
tuo Cciitnnr Llnlinviit will no
rcllovc.no rnclllni; ulilrh it
will not kiiliiluo, and no uinc
nr)ildcli It will not cure
'l'liis it Ktrmiir lanzuau'o. Iu
ll IniM ll W ti. IniiiiliMi.
rTUrfB the rvclpe Is Minted srouiii
carli liottle. A ilrcular coiitalnlnir certlll'
eaten ot wondrrful ciiri'n of rlii'iiinalNiii
nciiraluia. lock-Jaw. Miralni. hwclllni:
Kcald'. caked lreaat.. liolaolioiM liltc fiorn
feet, Koiit, fcidtrlirura, var-aclio Ac., and the
recipe of tlio Liniment will bo dent giatU to
anone. It Is tlioinoit uomlcrrul In allnx
anil iilnrclleUiiL'syentllio world lia r
produced. It kell us no nrticle bclore did
fell, and It tclU liociuio it dwijtut wliallt
prctcn Jk to uo. une ioitiror me i titon
Liniment lor onliiiaN ()'llow wrappcrtl
worm :i niiiiurcu miliar iur patintu
trained or railed uoikvs anu innio, ncil in
cruw-ivoini Iu flieen. Rn fainlly or lock
owner can alionl to bn wltlinut CentaiirLIu
Imcnt. l'rlce,M cents; Ure Imttl.-sxi.
U. Itosc.v Co., .".I Jlroailvay, Acw,
CASTOIttA U more than a mlxllliito for
Cator Oil. Ill- tin-only hafk artlcli In rx
tcl.nce which In mire to rtimUte lln Imw
clK.ciire wlndrollc and nroiliici-natural M-ftn,
It Ik plcnant to tak". c hllnrrii nerd not vrv
nml tunfl.np. t.iol- tfl " ..1.
Siati: or Ilmm)I. 1 In the
Al.K..M)KK Count v. r ( in tilt Omrt
Thoma 11. 1 an In
l.ulltla Mlzo, Karncst Jllc. nnd rlaudlim
(J. lUli: and .Mrcillcl Ma.iN l I.ir -im
IMwIn rareon, 'rnutecs of tit j Cairo City
11(11 In chancery lnr Kiiceillr roirbmani e
The above named (lefemlahU bio hi;irlv
nollllcd that thn above entitled Milt u petid
liiK In fald court, and the time and ulaco o
the return ol nimmon In the rao. 14 the
next term of Mid court, to l,e holden at the
court nou-e. us mc ciiy m unlro, In kii
eoiini) , uu iue nr-t .iionuay in .laniinry. .
D. l7.'i. ItHfllK.V .-!. YdCIM,
ni.KM3.vlt Circuit Court.
rrilKUi: Is more fun In tho
-s-Chromo rLUCK than any
painted or Minted Morv Unit
has been siven to the public lor
jcari. jxiver iieioro nai ueen
urcorded to any i cture or
ofpletureii. the jiojiularlly thee
iiirrmio inne iiiiainen. ie
1(1 by 'J'J incliei. I'rlie, 910
Ail'lrc-i order to
.1. K. ItYI)i:it.
i. lc eland, Ohio.
MEN havo seen and
are pleaded with the
chromos "lMuck. "
which forthelr humor'
and line tunral lcfon
ai well in tho excel- SjsSvJ'
lenc ol execution, vJWi
aro the mot popular v'fcJ
chromoi oftlio day, and should have a place
iu uiury iitiuiiy.
I'liicn. Slfl Tiir: 1'aih
II not lound at your picture dealers cnd
juur uruer, or lor a uoicriniivo circular,
tho publlihei. ,1, K. HYDLit
DR . W. JJLAUW
uacri IJIrck (up (tnirsjccnr t-tb ritrco
and Washington Avuime.
Coal and Wood Yard.
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
Kept constantly on hand at ltns' Yiml,
Commercial hvdiiuo, oppuklto Ilross' llulld
'"o'rderH proinplly llltod, Coal and Wood
delivered lYco of charge. 'I'enn kMrlvtly
nivi in mi
l'erfuinorv, Soaps. JJnislica,
RETAIL & IMIEECKUTION.
Wiislilntfton Air. ror. Illuiill.i SI.
ll . isus
THE CLTV NATIONAL
V. 1. IIALLIDaY. rrcildeiit;
HIISltY L. IIALLIDAY, Vice I'je.ldf t.
A. iLMAKJ-'dUD, (.'a.hler;
WALTKIt IIYSLOI. AM-tanl Ca.lile,'.
TaVMIII, II. II. CUNNI.MllUM
II. L. lUl.LlllAV, V. I'. II (I.I.IDA V.
(I. I. YVll.l.lAM'O.v, Sii:i iii:.s llllu.
A. II. SAKKUItli.
I!clia;;ue, Coin mid Unlleil Slulc
IIiiiiiU llipin,lit nml Sold.
DKI'tlSITS rereived ami a (eiieral b iiLii
KNTKKI'KISK HAVING, llAMv
CiiAKTeidi March 31, l
CITY NAl'IONAL MANIC, t A I Its
A. II. .lAI'KOItli. I're.nlinl i
x S. '1 AM.OIt, Vlee-I'lo.ldi nt ;
II. insi.ul', ,ecrttar) ami I'rca uier
I'. .M. llAIICHV, I'lUH. (iAl.llillKK
I . .M. MOCkH.lttll, PaIJI. tl. X'llfll,
II. It, C'l NM.NIIIIAM, II. L. 1 1 AI.I.I St V 1 .
.1. AI. I'llll.l.ll a.
INTI.'ltL'l' paid mi depoklu ailhniili it
klx per cent, per annum, .March lt tunl
Sspteinlicr l.r, Intoiot not nlibdrami l
added Immrdlattily to tho principal nf the
depoHN, thereby KlWlU? tliem eoiiipuuinl
MAIIIIIKD WOMRN AND CIIILIIKK.V MAY
IIJI'JlHI MllKKY AMI NO ON K KI.5K
f'N IlKAW IT.
Open evciy hmlncn day from a. in, 1 1 "
. in., and ""ilurday evenU'iL's lorialii" ilr.
pon ciilv, from il to n'elnek.
V. IIYSLOI", Treamier
Sallbrd. Morris & Caiulcc.
7.'J Ohio I.eveo, Oity Natiniml llanil,
Uuilding, C'Aiito, T1.1.H.
P ii! nldet ettabllnhed Ak'eney In Soiitlm
Illinois representing oter
B. F. PARKER.,
(Sucncdsor to Parker & Hluko,)
Dealer In .
PAINTS & OILS
- ,, ; WALfj PAl'EH,
WrN'DOW (J LASS,
WINDOW SHAD KF
And tho celebrated llliiuilnattiiK
Itrosd' UiiiI.IIul', Htli St.& Oomurclal Av